By Chad Hollingsworth (*)
With moving vehicles and equipment, tools, and heavy materials on site at any point in time, ensuring projects are completed safely and efficiently can be a daunting task. And as construction activity picks up, and the workforce becomes more diverse, knowing which resources are on site, generally where they’re located and being able to communicate with them from anywhere on site is only growing in importance. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than one-quarter of all construction workers are Hispanic or of Latino ethnicity. In an inherently hazardous environment where communication is paramount, language barriers can present a significant challenge.
Procore.org is working to empower the construction industry and the communities it serves, and one way they aim to achieve this is through supporting non-profit organizations that are helping to build and rebuild within local communities. As Construction Safety Week approaches (May 7-11), Procore is excited to announce their partnership with National Hispanic Entrepreneurs’ Organization (NHEO) Institute, a United States non-profit focused on the construction and engineering industry.
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